While it’s not particularly surprising that last night’s biggest event did not win, place, nor show in this review round-up as The Walking Dead franchise definitely polarizes (a fact especially true for its premieres and finales), but I am lightly amazed that its prequel–for which ink … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: Ash vs. Evil Dead
April (snow) showers bring awkward comedies (and many mad angry walkers) and a love thereof for we scholars of screens. There’s also a new version of Howard’s End to capitalize on the kids’ James Ivory cravings, Sandra Oh joins the world of British detectives (we’ll see … Continue reading What to Watch: 04/08/2018
On this Easter’s Fools’ Day, we’ve got it all: Jesus, clowns, zombies, Benedict Cumberbatch, that thing where a regular-sized person is the final human on the planet, and no fewer than two shows centering around interrogations in enclosed spaces. There’s also a ton of shows … Continue reading What to Watch: 04/01/2018
You voted and voted and we’re now down to eight shows, and if we do say so (and we do), it’s a pretty fun mix. We re-seeded the remaining programs into our Elite 8, and despite the relative randomness of it all, there’s still a … Continue reading March Madness: Elite Eight!!!
An insanely busy Sunday yielded almost zero bad reviews, nothing came in at lower than a 7–essentially a “B” average. There were two debuts. Trust tells the same tale as last year’s major motion picture All The Money in the World–the 1973 Getty kidnapping–with Donald Sutherland in the … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: Timeless
We’re back to the brackets with the shows your parents watch, with Military facing Politics.
Well, looky here: The Walking Dead, the whipping boy of online TV reviewers everywhere had a pretty good night, and all it took was for Negan and Rick to engage in the longest screen fight since Keith David refused to put on Rowdy Roddy Piper’s glasses … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: Ash vs. Evil Dead